Artwork for Tanith Rouse
I make handmade jewellery from anodised aluminium which I dye and print before cutting out my designs with a piercing saw. I’m influenced by scandi and mid-century design and folk art. I chose anodised aluminium as my main process because I love to use bright colours in my work.
I’m able to bring handmade work at reasonable prices to people who appreciate colour as much as I do. I’ve always been more interested in the aesthetic value rather than the intrinsic value of jewellery and feel that using a non-precious metal allows me more freedom and creativity in my designs.
Tanith Rouse Jewellery
I studied my Foundation Course at Hereford College of Art and went on to study at the Birmingham School of Jewellery gaining a BA (Hons) in Silversmithing and Jewellery.
As part of the Worcestershire Guild - Contemporary Craft I’ve exhibited at various shows at the Three Counties Showground and also at Elmslie House Malvern.
Hawthorn Gallery Hay on Wye
The Courtyard Theatre Hereford
Dot. Homeware Hereford
From the Glass Jar Upton Upon Severn